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Jul 26, 2010 6:00am EDT
was granted early access and they also suggest that the u.s. feared that pakistan could have helped the taliban. the national security adviser called it a threat to the national security and it could put the lives of americans and their partners at risk. >> it's raw intelligence and reports from the jr. officer in the field that the analysts used. and they first gained attention in april. when they posted this classified helicopter video of a 2007 attack in baghdad. >> the clip apparently showed the u.s. army helicopters firing on unsuspected insurgents and among the dead were two journalists and the military's charged a 22-year- old with passing along the information. as for this latest leak, one u.s. official says it may take days to comb through the documents and figure out how much damage has been done. >>> and while it condemns the release, the obama administration is quick to pick out the period ending in 2009. and happening now overseas, a may cross search for two missing sailors. the servicemen left the base on friday. the taliban claims it killed one of them in a gunfight a
CBS
Jul 2, 2010 6:00am EDT
is important. bp will be fined for each and every gallon. >>> and the u.s. labor department report is not good new. here's the preview. >> reporter: today's report is expected to show the nation lost jobs in june for the first time in six months. analysts predict that the employers cut 110,000 positions and the unemployment will edge up. >> it's a painful thing to be unemployed and it's humbling. >> reporter: she won't expect help from congress. she rely osen her check -- relies on her check to get by and that ends this month. the house did pass an extension thursday and the senate republicans had already blocked a similar bill. and the gop wants the democrats to pay for the measure without adding to the deficit. >> democrats should put an end to this and pay for this $34 billion spending bill. >> reporter: the debate was heated thursday. tell them as they swallow their pride that you don't care, you don't have a heart! >> reporter: a little more than 1.3 million people lost the benefits in may. and by the end of july, that could top 3 million. i'm tara mergener, wjz-13, eyewitness news. >>> a
CBS
Jul 12, 2010 6:00am EDT
hours ago, u.s. secretary of condemned bombings in uganda that left 64 dead including one american. the u.s. will work with the government to bring the suspects to justice. the police say that an al-queda link could be behind the attack. >> as for the world cup game itself, spain won over the netherlands. this the winning cup. today's spain's king and prime minister will welcome the team back home and after spain picked up the win, more than 300,000 soccer fans celebrated in madrid. fireworks exploded when the team returned home today. today, there will be an open top parade followed by a huge party. >> after more than a half century in the baseball the wiz, the man known as the voice of god has passed away. >>> welcome to yankee stadium. >> reporter: bob shepherd earned his nickname for introducing several stars. the public announcer died yesterday. he was 99 years old and he started with the yankees in 1951. >>> for the first time since 1995, the orioles win their first game road sweep. they started out trailing 1-0. paterson hit a two run double and the orioles win this one 4- 1
CBS
Jul 30, 2010 6:00am EDT
that three u.s. service members have been killed. and that beat last month's record of 60. >> arizona is appealing the judge's decision to block the key parts of the immigration law. the protests were held in arizona and across the country as the surviving parts of the law went into effect. the most controversial provisions for an officer to check an immigration status were ruled unconstitutional. >>> a high fly ball, it should be deep enough. roberts is going to tag. the throw goes to third. the orioles have the lead. >> and that pushes the orioles to a victory. earlier, they tied it up and the orioles win. >> buck showalter is going to be the new manager and he'll take other the team tuesday. and a well known oriole has been traded in exchange for a minor league pitcher and cash. >>> full squad training starts for the ravens today cheerleaders unveiled their swim suit calendar. last night, the fans had a chance to meet the cheerleaders and get the calendar autographed. you can order it through the raven's website. >>> and the first preseason game is less than two weeks way. you can
CBS
Jul 5, 2010 6:00am EDT
and he says now the u.s. is in it to win it. here's terra mergenner with the latest. >> reporter: the man credited with turning around the war in iraq plans to do the same in afghanistan. >> we are in this to win. that is our clear objective. >> reporter: general david petraeus took command of 130,000 international forces sunday during a ceremony in kabul. he admitted that while it may be tough, it's more important now than ever to drive militants out of the country. >> we must demonstrate to the afghan people and to the world that al qaeda and its network of extremist allies will not be allowed to once again establish sanctuaries in afghanistan. >> reporter: but the general has his work cut out for him. june was the deadliest month for u.s. forces with 60 troops killed. according to recent poll, public support for the 9-year- old war also continues to fall. petraeus is under intense pressure to show results. the white house plans to begin pulling out troops next july. >> what i worry about more than anything else is the -- the july of 2011 firm date. >> reporter: senator john mccain and
CBS
Jul 8, 2010 6:00am EDT
is in critical condition this morning. >>> fbi says that the suspected spies didn't do much damage to the u.s. >>> to keep the casino away from the mall has some new ways coming to us this morning. the court of appeals will consider whether a zoning ordinance is needed to build that casino. >>> the orioles are swept by the tigers. the pitch at 100 miles per hour only gave one run. >>> and this header by charles is the only goal of the game. reaching the world cup finals in history. and they will be reaching another one this sunday. >> 2:30 this afternoon. >> i never played soccer. i played softball. >> what position? >> pitcher. sometimes 2 and catcher. >> did you have pink uniforms? >> yeah, the baseball t with the pink sleeves. it was cute, i wore my hair in braids. >> my boor dad was the -- poor dad with the coach. i thought did you ever think you would be coaching in a pink uniform? >> [ laughter ] >> we have a heat advisory in effect. sharon has the traffic control. control. and we will find out right ,,,,, if i were a customer, i'd like nonstop travel because it's quicker. because it's
CBS
Jul 9, 2010 6:00am EDT
. now, the plane you see is the one you saw carrying the agents from the u.s.. >>> meanwhile, better news from the gulf coast. the two relief wells being drilled to stop the gusher could be done by the end of the month. and that's about three weeks ahead of the schedule. and there's renewed concerns. many aren't given respirators. and one is lingering -- one man the living with the lingering effects of the valdez spill. i couldn't follow things because of the oxygen not getting to my head. >>> there will be a new ban on the deep water oil drilling. >>> and making head lines, a former california transit officer is convicted of murder. he was facing serious murder charge. he testified he never meant to shoot him and he thought he went for his taser. the man's family is out raged and spoke through their lawyer. this is not an involuntary manslaughter case. this is a true compromised verdict and it doesn't reflect the facts. >> people protested vie yachting and -- protected rioting. the officer faces 14 years in prison. >>> back here, it's the murder that september shock waves across the
CBS
Jul 19, 2010 6:00am EDT
's linked to drug gangs. this comes on the heels a. a car bomb explosion near the u.s./mexico border. >> bge is working to restore power to thousands of area homes after the thunderstorms knocked out the power lines. anne arundel county is the hardest hit. in baltimore county, 1300 homes are in the dark. >>> a man is dead and a teen is recovering at shock trauma and the police are trying to find out who shot them both in this normally calm town. we're live at shock trauma with andrea fujii. good morning, andrea. >> reporter: jessica, good morning. the 15-year-old is awake and speaking with the police. they're trying to find out if she was at the wrong place at the wrong time or if she was targeted with the man who was killed. >> reporter: this 15-year-old edgewood high student is still recovering this morning. a little more than 24 hours after being shot in the kneecap. i i don't know if she'll be able to walk right let alone dance ever. that's been her dream for 15 years. >> reporter: her mother says she didn't know her daughter was at the party saturday night. as she was stepping out, she
CBS
Jul 20, 2010 6:00am EDT
the extension and that would be covering 2 1/2 million americans. david cameron is meeting tonight with u.s. senators to decide in bp pressured to free a terrorist. they're pressuring to find out why the lockerbie bomber was freed from advice from a doctor. >> no matter how powerful the corporation or the government, a blood money deal is a blood money deal and we'll hold the people accountable in any way we can. >> he and others alleged bp forced britain to let the terrorist go so libya would award them an oil deal. . >>> >>> last night, the other's lost against the ray's. the rays scored 7 runs in the 3rd inning alone. and the o's lose 8-1 and tonight, michelle obama will throw out the first pitch. let's hope she brings luck. >> i think she'll get it over the plate. >> she's strong and athletic. well, let's hope. >> with ennead a -- we need a reprieve. >> this is true. weatherwise, it's going to be a warm one. we're into the 90s and we have a few thunderstorms outside right now. we'll have the forecast after the break. >> and we have a special coffee with. cal ripken jr. and rick dempsey
CBS
Jul 23, 2010 6:00am EDT
with extra monitors to make sure that the excellent scores were legit. just last year, the u.s. secretary of education made a trip to baltimore to visit the school celebrating the improved test scores in the city. >> we we need are more proof points to show, it doesn't matter about social challenges, our children are successful and what you're doing here, it's remarkable. give yourselves a huge round of applause. >> i'm proud of you guys, keep going and making progress and making us proud. >> this comes a couple of months after the state found that the booklets had been tampered at another city school. that school also welcomed a pretension viz -- prestigious visitor, laura bush. >> the superintendent says they shouldn't reach conclusions without evidence, but they would be rather proven wrong without any matter. >> reporter: the prince pam's bush principal -- the principal's been here 11 years and never accused of any wrong doings. >> she's staying on during the investigation and in a statement, she said that the drop could be traced to two new teachers. >>> in this morning's health watc
CBS
Jul 29, 2010 6:00am EDT
. >> reporter: the u.s. district judge said that the law bleeds into the federal responsibility. it requires a police officer to determine the immigration status -- and they block a section requiring the immigrants to carry their papers and the part that makes it illegal for undocumented workers to solicit workers. >> it's far from over. and at least our expectation at this time, for the time being is very -- >> the decision is a positive development for the obama administration. that shall they filed suit and the appeals process could take months and years. >> it's not what most of the arizona residents wanted. 65% of those who live there support the new law >> the strain on the people getting the services that are basically paying into the system is a strain. >> >> reporter: the spokesman says that the state will file an appeal today, asking for the injunction to be lifted. >>> opponents say that it should send a strong message to other states and still, the maryland delegate is going to do that in the next session. >>> we continue to follow breaking news from yesterday. a military plane t
CBS
Jul 7, 2010 6:00am EDT
will take effect july 29th. >> in the gulf coast, some eyes will be turned to the air. a u.s. navy air ship is enroute to gulf shores, alabama. it will help search for affected wild life and bp is hooking up with another collection's vessel capable of capturing double the amount of crude leaking. >>> and the world's top ranked golfer is heading home to florida today. he spent yesterday afternoon answering questions about his personal life. do you reflect and think, was it worth it. >> i think you're looking too deep into this. >> thank you. >> woods is trying to work through his family problems and he's going home to see his children. there are reports that his wife is filing for divorce. >>> the orioles keep their fight alive into the motor city. the pitching was stellar. in the 11th inning, damon ends the night with a home run. the orioles fall, 7-5. >>> and at the world cup yesterday afternoon, the netherlands and the uraguay plays. and the netherland's one. paul, the octopus has been perfect in predicting the winners. he selects the box of food labeled with the flag of the country that
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